Luton Demolished by brilliant Brentford as Relegation Fears Worsen

Luton's relegation fears were considerably worsened by brilliant Brentford at Kenilworth Road, as Yoane Wissa's first-half double was complimented by goals from Ethan Pinnock, Keane Lewis-Potter and Kevin Schade to secure an impressive 5-1 victory.
The Hatters have four games to rescue their season, starting with a trip to Wolves next weekend, while the Bees have pulled miles clear of the drop zone and can now consider themselves safe - 10 points better off than 18th-placed Luton.

Wissa's superbly-taken opener arrived 24 minutes in, released by strike partner Bryan Mbeumo in the absence of injured Ivan Toney, as he lashed an instinctive first-time effort beyond Thomas Kaminski.

The second was less emphatic but equally important, scored in first-half stoppage time, as Luton's backline went missing to allow Wissa a simple tap-in from close range - upheld by VAR after a brief suspicion of offside.

Pinnock netted Brentford's third from Sergio Reguilon's corner as the visitors' dominance continued throughout the second period, before Lewis-Potter turned home Mbeumo's cross at the back post, and substitute Kevin Schade rounded off a close-to-perfect afternoon - but for a late Luke Berry consolation strike.